Offbeat Man 'robs bank and throws cash over Taylor Swift's fence'

07:06  12 april  2018
07:06  12 april  2018 Source:   Sky News

TMZ: Man robbed bank to impress Taylor Swift

  TMZ: Man robbed bank to impress Taylor Swift TMZ: Man robbed bank to impress Taylor SwiftTMZ reports that Bruce Rowley drove to pop star Taylor Swift’s house in Watch Hill, R.I., and and threw some of the stolen cash over her fence, thinking it would impress her.

to robbing a bank and then driving to the Love Story singer’s retreat in nearby Rhode Island and throwing some of the money he stole over her fence , hoping Law enforcement officials tell TMZ Rowley was spotted by state troopers after leaving Swift ’ s vacation spot and they chased him back to

Taylor Swift . Bank Robber Says … Look What You Made Me Do!!! EXCLUSIVE. Taylor Swift ‘ s beauty allegedly pushed a man with a crush on her to a life of crime all in the hopes of Rowley did not show a weapon or make any threats … and the teller turned over an undetermined amount of cash .

Bruce Rowley © Other Bruce Rowley A man with a crush on Taylor Swift attempted to impress her by throwing cash he had just robbed from a bank over her fence, according to police.

Bruce Rowley, from Derby, Connecticut, has been charged with robbing a bank in Ansonia on 4 April.

Officers said "it seemed he wanted to propose" to the singer so he drove to her home in Rhode Island and started throwing some of the $1,600 (£1,128) he is charged with stealing over the fence.

Taylor Swift - $44 million © Getty Taylor Swift - $44 million Rowley was pursued by Rhode Island State Police back to Connecticut where he was arrested. He then told police about his plan.

The 26-year-old was held on a $100,000 (£70,400) bond at his first court hearing.

Earlier this month a man who violated a restraining order and threatened to kill Swift was put on probation for 10 years.

Frank Andrew Hooper was arrested in 2016 following reports he followed her after a show in Austin.

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